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Year:
1997
Length:
47.08ft / 14.35m
Beam:
14.75ft / 4.50m
Engines:
Caterpillar 3208TA Inboard diesel 375 horsepower x2
Berths:
3
Ref #:
6353201
Located In:
Shepperton, United Kingdom
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Cabins:
2
Heads:
2
Name:
Grand Final

A very well equipped version of this 'iconic little ship' with many factory fitted options including the very practical aft deck storm door for easy access to and from the flybridge in all weathers . A much loved example of this 'desirable ' down galley model . A must see ! 

Grand Banks 46 MY - Introduction

Through a process of evolution and owner feedback, the Grand Banks 46 Motoryacht was developed for those wanting extra outdoor lounging space as well as an expanded master stateroom. This 46 Motoryacht provides a generous accommodations plan for those who still want to captain their own boats. This two cabin, galley-down arrangement offers an open and spacious galley, separate from the main saloon without isolating the cook. The expanded main saloon is devoted to dining, lounging, and entertaining. Complemented by a spacious aft cabin master with en-suite head,basin and shower stall.

This boat also has the benefit of a 3rd saloon access door - more common on the GB49 - giving protection bad bad weather and ease of movement to and from the flybridge

The wide walk-around decks make getting around the outside of the boat both safe and comfortable. The safety rail-enclosed aft cabin nearly doubles the usable deck space .

This  Motor Yacht is powered by the very reliable Cat 3208TA 375hp diesel engines providing cruising speeds between 8 and 14 knots with top speeds up to 18 knots.

 

 

 

Principal Electronic and Mechanical Equipment

2 x Cat 3208TA 375hp diesel engines

ONAN Generator 12Kw  220 vac

Hydraulic Naiad Fin Hydraulic Stabilizer system

Hydraulic extending passerella system 

Hydraulic Bow thruster  + flybridge repeater

Victron Inverter 12v/1600w

Rope cutters on shafts

Simrad Plotter + flybridge repeater

AIS system

Compass Ritchie + flybridge repeater

Robertson IS11 Depth & Speed + flybridge repeater

Robertson AP20 Autopilot + flybridge repeater

Digital Radar with open scanner

Simrad RS25 VHF

Fuel and Water gauges plus fuel tank sight gauges

Electric Anchor Winch, chain and anchor

220 Vac ship to shore circuit  with ELCB protected 

12 Vdc internal electrical system CB protected

Satellite  TV and DVD

Radio/CD 

Marinair Air conditioning reverse cycle heating

Eberspacher D-8L warm air heating

Radio/CD

Batteries level indicators

4 x 250 Ah AGM batteries

Salt and fresh water washdown at anchor piont 

 

Principal Interior Equipement

Electric ceramic hob

Siemens Oven and Grill

Fridge and Freezer 

Miele Dishwasher 

Siemens Washing machine

Saloon with L-Shaped Settee

2 x Barrel chairs

Teak Yacht table

Entertainment and cocktail cabinet 

Lower helm position with master controls and DC/AC switch panel 

Indirect  and direct lighting  

Upgraded sliding shower doors

Crockery and Cooking utensils 

 

Principal Exterior

Storm /Bad weather door on aft deck make 3 saloon access doors

Full Gel Coated fibreglass exterior

Bathing platform in teak

Stainless Steel stanchions and railings

Stainless Steel/Chrome deck fittings 

Hydraulic Passerella

Swim ladder

Bimini Top

Flybridge with L-Shaped sofa

Flybridge Cushions

Flybridge table with cover

Flybridge chest drinks fridge

Flybridge covers

Window Cover

Teak on the sides decks, aft deck , flybridge and external steps

Flybridge helm position with repeated controls and instruments

Liferaft 

Ropes

Fenders

 

Disclaimer

The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.

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